Emerging Third World powers: China, India and Brazil

@article{Harris2005EmergingTW,
  title={Emerging Third World powers: China, India and Brazil},
  author={J. Harris},
  journal={Race & Class},
  year={2005},
  volume={46},
  pages={27 - 7}
}
  • J. Harris
  • Published 2005
  • Economics
  • Race & Class
  • China, India and Brazil have become world economic powers; they are attempting to harness the forces of globalisation so as to strengthen their international standing in multilateral institutions like the WTO. Theirs is not a surrender to imperialism, but an attempt to build a bulwark against it, from which they can implement their own national strategies for development — strategies that are qualitatively different from those followed by the non-aligned movement after Bandung. While each… CONTINUE READING
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